“Murder Mystery 2” is imperfect but fun for audiences.
Arts & Culture
Ellen Mirojnick, Denise Wingate talk storytelling through costume design in ‘Bridgerton,’ ‘Daisy Jones and the Six’By Daphne Dluzniewski | April 12
Costume designers Ellen Mirojnick and Denise Wingate discussed their work at the Ivy Film Festival.
“Saint Omer” follows the complex trial of a mother accused of murdering her young daughter.
On Friday night, a cheering crowd filled Salomon DECI to watch DAEBAK’s spring show.
With a passion for bringing older stories to the stage, Emily Mayo ’24 details her experiences at Brown and future projects she hopes to bring to life.
Annual French and Francophone film festival returns to Providence after two-year hiatus.
On April 5, Mario unlocked yet another achievement on his ever-expanding list — starring in a perfectly mediocre animated film.
Packed with conspiracies, politics, action and crime, “The Night Agent” is Netflix’s newest hit.
New film “Return to Seoul” tells moving story of cultural and emotional self-discovery.
boygenius invoked nostalgia and catharsis with the release of their first full-length album “the record.”
Lana Del Rey skillfully traverses melancholia in ‘Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd’By Daphne Dluzniewski | April 3
Full of musical twists and featured artists, Lana Del Rey’s newest album “Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd” is one to remember.
Love affairs, tell-alls and rock and roll: ‘Daisy Jones & The Six’ debuts on screens in new miniseriesBy Daphne Dluzniewski | March 24
“Daisy Jones & The Six” effectively establishes character portraits, but misses on story elements.
R&B singer Kali Uchis releases her third studio album, “Red Moon in Venus.”
Nora Cowett '24 and Phoebe Dragseth '24 talk combining art and academics in the fashion industry.
Rare and restored films were showcased at the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts last weekend.
The short film focuses on a caretaker couple’s bond with two orphaned elephants.
The hyperpop duo showed off their musical range with unfiltered vocals and raw instrumentals alongside their signature “nightcore” sound.
The student-designed collections explored themes of nature, girlhood and the future.
“Outer Banks” Season 3 found to be tiring and unoriginal.